Season 2 of the Korean historical drama series Alchemy of Souls. Starring Lee Jae-Wook, Go Yoon-Jung, Hwang Min-Hyun, Shin Seung-ho, Yoo Jun-sang, Oh Na-ra, and Jo Jae-Yoon, the series debuted on tvN on December 10, 2022. Park Joon-Hwa helmed the movie.
The 10-part series will air on tvN on Saturdays and Sundays at 9:10 p.m. KST, taking over for Under the Queen’s Umbrella. The Alchemy of Souls season 2 finale lasts for a total of 83 minutes. This article contains a summary and analysis of the tenth episode of Season 2 of Alchemy of the Souls. If you want to find out the specifics, keep reading.
Alchemy Of Souls Season 2 Episode 10: Recap
While Jang Uk and Naksu are pretending to be a “regular couple,” they make time to see Master Lee. The sage magician suggests the monster hunter and his companion get married in front of him as a witness to “put a halt” to their current connection. A wedding ceremony follows, during which Naksu decides she prefers to be known as Cho Yeong, and the two of them, whose names mean “light” and “shadow,” are “informed the skies” of their determination to maintain a lifelong bond.
Ho-gyeong says she won’t interrupt Jang Uk and Cho Yeong’s sweet moment atop the tree in Danhyanggok because they both helped protect Jinyowon. Master Lee later suggests that the priestess waited by the ice stone for two centuries because she foresaw that it would be used in another form of “great chaos,” lending credence to the idea that Jin Seol-ran was reborn as Bu-Yeon.
Master Lee expresses his hope that the couple’s love will extend to Seol-ran as it becomes evident that Naksu’s last “love letter” to Jang Uk would be her recollection of how she felt when she killed him. Later, the monster hunter receives a call from Yeon’s Bu-spirit, who shockingly informs him of the “inevitable” destruction of the world brought about by the firebird.
Jang Uk is the only one who can stop the turmoil, according to the prophecy, but the actual Bu-Yeon, who has managed the darkness with his light, will help him. At the same time, the weak Jin Mu tells the Unanimous Assembly that they must go to Jinyowon “immediately” to extinguish the firebird and that there is no time for planning. Concurrently, the weak Jin Mu informs the Unanimous Assembly that they have to destroy the firebird in Jinyowon “immediately,” therefore there is no time for planning.
Then Jin Mu, the man the Crown Prince tricked into exchanging souls with Yun-o, shows up to meet him. After discovering that the king is siding with the Gwanju and that he would be stripped of his Gold Plaque and therefore disqualified as heir to the throne, the prince’s situation quickly deteriorated.
Then, Jin Mu comes storming into Jinyowon, threatening to zap Ho-vitality gyeong if he is not let inside. Maidservant Kim, who seems to be stuck here for some reason, has asked for a word of this confrontation to be sent back to Songrim, so help may be on the way.
When Jin Mu takes the fire bird’s egg and puts Jinyowon on the edge of collapse, Ho-gyeong sends Cho-Yeon abroad to seek Songrim’s assistance and enlists the help of Maidservant Kim to keep the treasures inside the area safe.
At this point, Park Jin has arrived, but all he can do to help is shut the door of Jinyowon to prevent any more relics from escaping. It must be very tough for Songrim’s previous boss to keep Maidservant Kim and Ho-gyeong inside the deteriorating area to die.
The Unanimous Assembly’s claims of hypocrisy have infuriated Park Jin, who now attacks them to prevent them from destroying the firebird’s defenses. Jin Mu, however, puts an end to the magician’s performance by repeatedly stabbing the fallen leader of Songrim.
Determined to “change the outcome,” Jang Uk intends to travel to Cheonbugwan in order to reawaken the firebird himself. Crown Prince presents King with a new Gold Plaque, warns of impending danger to Cheonbugwan, and implores the monarch to step down.
Some fight, Cho-Yeon breaks all of Jin Mu’s dishes, and the Gwanju kills one of the Unanimous Assembly’s representatives because he doesn’t like how fast the firebird was roused to life. Cheonbugwan’s leader still can’t seem to avoid scrapes, as Jang Uk soon appears to speed up the relic’s resurrection. Jin Mu and his business partners have been abandoned to their deaths in a pyre as retribution for their greed. Gwanju, though, may have succeeded in mocking everyone.
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Before Jang Uk burns the relic in Lake Gyeongcheondaeho, Bu-Yeon is prepared to reawaken the firebird and send it to the King’s Star. The monster hunter uses an arrow to kill his prey, but the operation isn’t entirely precise and causes some unintended deaths. Thankfully, the firebird disappears before Bu-Yeon passes out, and Naksu’s soul is reinserted into her body.
Alchemy Of Souls Season 2 Episode 10: Review
Season 2 of Alchemy of Souls has ended, and there really isn’t a better way to bid farewell to this intriguing historical fiction that had us busy on so many weekends. There was no point in shedding any tears, even those that weren’t required, because everyone involved had the joyful ending they deserved.
Now that the Alchemy of Souls roller coaster ride is over and all that is left are happy memories, there aren’t enough superlatives in the English language to describe how we feel. We couldn’t have asked for a better beginning, and I have a feeling that a lot of Korean drama fans are keeping their fingers crossed that this feeling of pleasure will last all into 2018.
Overall, we have nothing but praise and thanks for everyone involved in making this Kdrama into something that will live long in the memory of every viewer.
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